Articles about the world's history

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“All citizens need to arm themselves with a basic knowledge of American history and stay abreast of current events, analyzing them with respect to history.” Dr. Ben Carson – One Nation

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Efforts to establish mutual trust and friendship germinated between Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians enabled them to live together in harmony for a good period of time.

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While the Indian Removal Act of 1830 was one of the most divisive and controversial pieces of legislation to be passed by the Congress of the United States, it created severe ramifications throughout both the Indian nations and the white society.

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As Americans remember Veteran’s Day this Wednesday and celebrate the day in whatever way they may, the origins of the day help put it into a more proper perspective.

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In 1938, President Dwight Eisenhower signed HR7786 into law, forever changing the name of Armistice Day to Veteran's Day, focusing on the contributions of those who have served in the armed forces.

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Andrew Jackson destroyed the precedent that had been established under the first six presidents, from Washington to John Quincy Adams, and reversed the view that honored Indian sovereignty on their homelands.

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The original intent of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill for the UN was to create an international organization that could promote and maintain peace, but also promote freedom for humankind throughout the world.

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When pumpkins become available in grocery stores and community pumpkin patches and parks they signal the beginning of fall and the advent of Halloween.

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It is important for people to recognize Columbus for what he truly was (not a saint – but a sailor), and realize he was an explorer and not a governor, a commoner and not a noble, yet a man of conviction with the determination to fulfill his dream.

Bernie Sanders, Abe Linconln, Blake Simmons, Stephen Douglas

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There are those among us today, who do not believe in the Declaration of Independence, nor trust in the Constitution. They are like those Confederates of old who lived within the boundaries of the nation, making a pretense of loyalty to the United States; they had the name of Americans, yet they were not.

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